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Evidence of early human activity found at submerged prehistoric forest in Western Isles

Archaeologists have found evidence of early Human Activity at a Submerged Prehistoric Forest in the Western Isles. An aerial view of local volunteers mapping and recording the submerged forest [Credit: (c) SCAPE]Lionacleit in Benbecula is one of more than 20 recorded sites of ancient woodland that once grew in the islands. The remains included an early butchery site and stone tools used for preparing food. Archaeologists have...

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